Don't spread panic, spread good habits:
4 Covid-19 myths debunked
MYTH: Pets at home spread the Coronavirus.
FACT: There is no evidence yet that pets like dogs and cats can be infected with it.
MYTH: Stock up on garlic because eating garlic protects you from the Coronavirus.
FACT: There is no evidence that eating garlic will protect you from the Coronavirus.
MYTH: Get a pneumonia vaccine because it protects you from the Coronavirus.
FACT: No. Researchers are working on a vaccine for this unique virus.
MYTH: It's unsafe to receive packages from China.
FACT: Coronavirus doesn't survive long on objects such as letters or package, so it is safe to receive packages from China.
W.H.O recommends washing hands with soap as an effective way to fight the Coronavirus.
Use the soap that's nearest to you, be it Lifebuoy, Safeguard, Dettol or Lux.
Please follow additional guidelines recommended by health authorities like WHO & CDC / local health authorities.